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Seo Kang Jun looks good from head to toe for ‘NIX’ + to hold a fan signing on … – allkpop

Seo Kang Jun looks good from head to toe for 'NIX' + to hold a fan signing on
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Seo Kang Jun modeled the brand's 2015 S/S collection, and looked professional yet casual in his bomber jacket and blazer which is both practical and stylish enough for work and other daily activities. Seo Kang Jun will also be holding a fan signing at

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Tales From The Grumpy Programmer: Moore’s Law In Action

Bob Pendleton is a 60-something year old blogger who has (probably) been programming since before you were born. His blog, thegrumpyprogrammer.com, documents the lessons he’s learned from decades in the technology trenches.

We’ve worked with Pendleton to present his tales in Web comic form. You can find the first installment, What Old Farts Can Teach You, and the second installment, Before Computing Was Cool, in our archives. Here’s the third. 

Illustrations by Nigel Sussman for ReadWrite; story by Bob Pendleton as told to Lauren Orsini

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This Month in #SocialMedia: Updates from January 2015 by @thebigdebowski

January was a heavy month in terms of social media updates, especially on Facebook. In case you missed any of the updates, here’s an overview: Facebook Simply titled ‘Work’, Facebook’s new product will reportedly allow businesses to create self-contained social networks exclusively for employees. The social networks created in Work would mirror Facebook in design and user experience. Users can join using their existing Facebook account, or can create their own ID just for use in Work. Learn more: Facebook Introduces ‘Work’, A Social Tool For Businessess and Employees Facebook announced its Q4 2014 earnings, revealing 1.39 billion users now […]

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10 Growth Hacks to Drive New Search Traffic From Your Content

Here are 10 top tactics for 2015 to help you build a successful case for expanding content creation and distribution budgets.

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What to expect at SES 2015 – From mobile SEO to the internet of things – The Drum

What to expect at SES 2015 – From mobile SEO to the internet of things
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Search Engine Strategies London (SES) 2015 includes exciting and informative sessions on a range of topics – from revamping your PPC campaigns and dealing with mobile SEO to developing a marketing strategy with big data and programmatic advertising …

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Snapchat To Deliver Bite-Sized Pieces Of News And Entertainment From Media Publishers by @mattsouthern

Snapchat announced today that it will now be giving media publishers the ability to distribute short, edited clips of news and information. Content distributed via Discover will behave just like Snapchat’s Stories do — short clips arranged in sequence that will expire after 24 hours. In addition to having outside companies distribute content via Discover, Snapchat is said to be working on distributing its own original content as well Make no mistake about it though, while Discover is positioned as being all about delivering creative content to users, its also a vehicle for advertising. Each story featured in Discover is […]

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3 Underused Insights From AdWords’ Dimensions Tab

These three pieces of data that can be found in the Dimensions tab often go unnoticed, but they can be extremely useful for search marketers.

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Matt Cutts Speaks On Lessons Learned From Early Days Of Google: Full Highlights by @mattsouthern

You may remember a post a couple of weeks ago announcing that Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, would be giving a speech at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill about lessons learned from the early days of Google. Just recently, Cutts published the entire speech on YouTube for everyone to see. It’s a fascinating history lesson, but it’s also quite lengthy. I went through it and pulled out some of the key highlights for you. I still recommending watching the whole video whenever you have time, but for now here are the highlights. Highlights From Matt Cutts’ […]

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From Kings To Grannies: These Vine Stars Are Starting The New Year In The Top 10

Vine, the social media platform for creating and sharing short video loops, is one of the hottest growing social media trends right now. Here’s a look at the top 10 Viners from the last 30 days based on new followers. Which up-and-coming Vine stars continue to grown in popularity in 2015, and whose careers will fizzle and burn before the year is out? We’ve got a few ideas.

No 1: King Of The Hill

At the top of the heap this month we have KingBach coming in with 624,567 new followers. Arguably best known for his infamous #ButThatBackFlipTho Vine, KingBach brings us comedic stylings with a street sensibility that even Grandma can enjoy … if she’s OK with occasional cursing.  

No. 2: School Is Hard

No. 2 on our list is Lele Pons with 488,666 new followers. LeLe brings us a lot of slapstick comedy, and with it, the relief that high school (for some of us), is over and we never ever have to go back. Ever.

No. 3: Hey Piano Man

Rudy Mancuso comes to us at No. 3 with 450,714 new followers. Rudy may  clown around frequently with his friend and fellow Viner, King Bach, but he also knows how to bang out a tune on various instruments which his Vines demonstrate.

No. 4: Farts + Close up = Success for LIFE

JAY VERSACE, who is not afraid of ALL CAPS or close-up selfie videos, is in 4th place with 441,653 new followers. While other Viners are building their shorts around a concept, JAY is building his around the fact that his farts smell like iPhone chargers. It’s working out well—because, let’s face it—nothing is funnier than flatulence.

No. 5: That One Kid From Some Nickelodeon Show Or Whatever

Halfway between being incredibly awesome and kinda mediocre, we arrive at Josh Peck at No. 5. Josh, who is quick to point out that he’s real famous vs. Vine famous, models his comedy closer to that of his friends LeLe Pons and KingBach. Real famous or not, Josh is pretty funny and more importantly, allows other people hold the camera from time to time. JAY, are you taking notes?

No. 6: And Now For A Word From Our Sponsors

Oddly enough Vine itself comes in at number 6 with 427,493 new followers. More like a looping vlog for its business, Vine’s Vines provide news about new features, people dancing poorly in settings where dancing is uncalled for and musicians who one day may be real famous… just like Josh Peck! While it makes sense to use your own platform to spread knowledge and create brand identity, blank videos with dripping sounds and a hashtag isn’t the way to do it. At all.

No. 7: Stop Trying to Make Fetch Happen

Logan Paul steals the No. 7 slot with a whopping 418,010 new followers. Logan, who claims he never begs for followers, spends a lot of his time begging for followers on other social media accounts like Instagram. While his bro comedy does have a certain charm, I think we all know what Regina George would say about the like-for-like requests.

No. 8: Low-Carb Snacks For On-The-Go

No. 8 goes to Nash Grier with 395,704 new followers. Nash is somehow No. 1 in all of Vinedom. Seriously, how did this happen? This kid makes me sad for humanity and scared for the future of our infrastructure. If you’re in the market for a new diet plan in 2015 that will really work, check out Nash’s video of him chewing a tube of chapstick like a cow; it’s guaranteed to make you never want to eat food again.

No. 9: Background Actor No. 1

Not-the-worst this month is Christian DelGrosso at No. 9 with 361,406 new followers. You may recognize Christian from some of his more popular friend’s videos. Christian is pretty funny in his own right, even if he is enrolled in the Logan Paul School of Social Media Advertisement.

No. 10: Granny Got Game

Like the last kid picked for Dodge Ball, Curtis Lepore rolls into 10th place with 344,808 new followers, which he should still be proud of. Curtis’ saving grace is not his more popular friends, but his grandma who easily steals the show in every video in which she appears. Coming in closely behind Grandma are Curtis’ parents. We can safely assume they’ll only get funnier as they age.

BONUS: It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane …

As a special treat and not to be left out of the fun is David Lopez with 228,864 new followers this month. His humor is pretty spot-on and his BatJuan is hilarious. Any man who will willingly post several videos of himself in a Superman onesie is pretty much aces in my book.

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6 Degrees of SEO Separation – From Data to Content Performance – Search Engine Watch


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